Event venue

Music and nightlife

Brick Lane

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Venue details

  • Address:

    Tea Building
    Concrete 56 Shoreditch High St
    E1 6JJ

What's on at Concrete



For The Love Of Mic

Clubs, Hip hop

A rap night with a sense of fun. Expect everything from Mos Def to Betty Boo as DJs Lexicon and Goldbars play a music policy of 'If there's a rap on it, we'll play it'. Think party hip hop, G-funk, early '90s rave, R&B, garage, grime and loads of pop...

For The Love Of Mic
  1. Fri Apr 25 – Sat Nov 1
  2. Concrete Tea Building, 56 Shoreditch High St, E1 6JJ
  3. £5, free before 10pm
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Luisa Omielan – What Would Beyonce Do?

Stand-up, Solo shows

This sassy comedy show from rising star Luisa Omielan was a big hit on the Free Fringe at last year's Edinburgh Festival, and has since played multiple sell-out runs at the Soho Theatre. Omielan admires and envies Beyoncé, comparing her life to the superstar...

Luisa Omielan – What Would Beyonce Do?
  1. Thu May 29
  2. Concrete Tea Building, 56 Shoreditch High St, E1 6JJ
  3. £15-£20
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I've been to this place a couple of times last year, but last Friday I went there with a friend and was refused entrance. We arrived at 10.40 and there was no queue. The bouncer did not let us in and when I asked why, he said "we don't give reasons". The place was obviously not full, neither me nor my friend had drunk alcohol up to that point, and we weren't wearing any funny clothes or anything. I can only assume we were discriminated because of our physical appearance or because the bouncer heard us talking a different language than English. Please don't spend your money here because by doing so you will support places that engage in discrimination. As other reviewers have noted, it's significantly overpriced anyway.